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Red is the 2010 action comedy loosely based on the DC Comics series of the same name. Bruce Willis stars as Frank, a former CIA operative who has been designated by the agency as RED (Retired, Extremely Dangerous). When he discovers that he's been targeted for assassination, Frank then recruits some of his former colleagues to find out who is behind the conspiracy. The film co-stars John Malkovich, Helen Mirren, Karl Urban, Morgan Freeman, Mary-Louise Parker and Ernest Borgnine. A sequel is scheduled for release in 2013.
The following weapons were used in the film Red:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
Para 1911 G.I. Expert
The Para 1911 G.I. Expert is used by former CIA operative Frank Moses (Bruce Willis).
Para 1911 G.I. Expert - .45 ACP
Frank Moses (Bruce Willis
) retrieves his Para GI Expert after gunmen invade his home. Note Para 1911 on the slide.
Nice close up of the 1911 firing. Note it has an ambidextrous safety, which isn't factory available on the G.I. Expert, it was added for the left handed Willis. In this scene after he reloads the Para 1911, he manages to fire off about 16 rounds.
A customized 1911-variant is used by Joe Matheson (Morgan Freeman) throughout the whole film. His 1911 seems to be a Para also.
Joe holds his 1911 on Marvin (John Malkovich
). Note the pearl grip on the pistol.
Promotional image of Joe and his custom 1911 fitted with a suppressor.
Smith & Wesson Model 460V
Boggs is seen using a 5" barreled Smith & Wesson Model 460V revolver during the pier shootout, most notably to shoot a RPG rocket mid flight.
Smith & Wesson Model 460V with 5" Barrel - .460 S&W Magnum (will also chamber .454 Casull and .45 Long Colt)
A paranoid Boggs holds his 460V on "The Businesswoman" outside the airport terminal.
Smith & Wesson Model 629 with weaponlight and Cooey Single Barrel Shotgun
Boggs also is seen carrying a Smith & Wesson Model 629 fitted with an under-barrel Cooey single-shot shotgun. This weapon was modified for the movie by Movie Armaments Groups.
A modified Smith & Wesson Model 629 fitted with a Cooey single-barrel shotgun as used in Red
. The weapon pictured here is the actual screen-used gun from the film. (Big thanks to Al Vrkljan at Movie Armaments Group for this IMFDB Exclusive image!)
Marvin (John Malkovich
) holds the 629 as he and Frank meet up with Victoria.
Marvin aims the 629 as a car approaches.
SIG-Sauer P220 Sport
A SIG-Sauer P220 Sport
is the sidearm used by CIA agent William Cooper (Karl Urban
SIG-Sauer P220 Sport - .45 ACP
CIA Agent William Cooper (Karl Urban
) aims his SIG-Sauer P220 Sport.
Another angle of Cooper holding the SIG-Sauer.
Cynthia Wilkes (Rebecca Pidgeon) is seen with a SIG-Sauer P228 while holding Sarah hostage. The Secret service agents, including Agent Burbacher (Jonathan Walker), also use SIG-Sauer P228 handguns.
Secret Service agents with their SIG's drawn.
Secret Service agents fire their sidearms.
The Beretta 90two is carried by one of the men who attempts to kill Frank Moss at the beginning and is also used by Alexander Dunning (Richard Dreyfuss).
Beretta 90-Two - 9x19mm. the one in the film has the rail cover removed.
A closeup as Frank removes the magazine from the Beretta.
Alexander Dunning (Richard Dreyfuss
) holds the Beretta during a confrontation with Frank.
CornerShot with Glock 17
A Glock 17 fitted on the CornerShot system is carried by one of the men who attempts to kill Frank Moss at the beginning.
It appears to have some type of ACOG style red dot sight for Airsoft guns, noting that there is no light refraction when you look at the sight. (Usually you wouldn't want to stick an actual ACOG on a system that mounts a pistol, or if your doing any CQB stuff, but it looks cool so we'll go with it)
The CornerShot, shown here with a Glock 17
Heckler & Koch MP5K
Victoria (Helen Mirren) draws a Heckler & Koch MP5K submachine gun with an S-E-F style trigger pack and an MP5/PDW style end cap (used to cap off other HK variants with telescoping or folding stocks) at her house. She uses a pair of them in the shootout with the Secret Service, firing one as Boggs reloads the other.
Heckler & Koch MP5K - version with SEF Plastic Trigger Pack - 9x19mm
Victoria opens fire on the Secret Service as Boggs reloads another MP5K.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5
The Heckler & Koch MP5A5 is seen in the hands of SWAT officers and CIA security.
Heckler & Koch MP5A5 - 9x19mm
CIA Security Officers armed with MP5A5's during a confrontation in an elevator.
SWAT officer on the right armed with an MP5A5.
SWAT officers with their MP5A5's prepare to enter the house.
The MP5A5 is seen on the right.
Brügger & Thomet MP-9
Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) uses a Brügger & Thomet MP-9 submachine gun during their attack on the Vice President at the hotel.
Brügger & Thomet MP-9 - 9x19mm
Carl Gustav M45
A Carl Gustav M/45 is picked up by Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) who affectionately calls it a "Swedish K".
Swedish K / Carl Gustav M45 Submachine Gun - 9x19mm
Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich
) picks up the Carl Gustav M/45
, which he affectionately calls a "Swedish K". This is actually an alternate angle from the trailer.
SWAT officers and Black Ops members are armed with M4A1 Carbine. Most of the M4's are equipped with EOTech holographic sights and tactical flashlights.
M4A1 with RIS foregrip and M68 Aimpoint red dot scope - 5.56x45mm
A hitman fires an M4A1 at Frank's house. Despite the fact he has a 30 round magazine, he fires off way more than that.
He searches the house for Frank.
"The Businesswoman" opens fire with an M4A1 during the harbor shootout.
A gunman aims his M4A1 fitted with an Aimpoint sight during the harbor shootout.
An FBI agent runs with his M4A1, fitted with a foregrip and EOTech 552 sight.
M16A4 (Sporter Competition H-Bar)
Victoria (Helen Mirren) is also seen using an M16A4 HBAR flat top upper fitted with a sniper scope, GemTech Suppressor, standard A2 handguards, Harris Bipod and a CAA Sharp Shooting Stock on the back end.
M16A4 MWS (Modular Weapon System) with KAC M5 railed handguards, AN/PEQ-2 IR designator, KAC RIS foregrip, and Trijicon TA01 4x32 ACOG scope - 5.56x45mm NATO. NOTE: This is the standard USMC style setup.
CAA ARS Sharp Shooter Stock for M16/M4
Victoria aims the M16A4 as Sarah looks on.
Victoria opens fire with the rifle.
Closer view of the CAA ARS stock.
SIG SG 552
The SIG SG 552 is seen in hands of one of the operatives sent to eliminate Frank.
The muzzle flash from the SIG rifle is seen.
A member of the hit squad goes down while holding the SIG rifle.
Kalashnikov pattern rifles
Moldovan infantry open fire with AK-47-type rifles at the end of the movie.
Moldovan soldiers open fire with AK-47
-type rifles at the end of the movie.
Russian guards inside the Russian embassy briefly aim AKMS rifles at Moses. Also, Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) is seen with an AKMS at the end of the film.
Russian guards inside the Russian embassy briefly aim AKMS
rifles at Moses.
Victoria (Helen Mirren) is seen operating a Browning M2HB during the assault on the Vice President. The Browning is seen firing with virtually no recoil. Just to point out, she is firing at some SUV's, and the rounds ping of the doors and vehicle body. In reality, .50 BMG rounds would go through those SUV's like a hot knife through butter, killing the men that are hiding behind it. Even if the SUVs were armored, the .50cal rounds would still penetrate the armor with little effort.
Browning M2HB on M3 tripod - .50 BMG.
Production still of Helen Mirren
as Victoria handling the Browning.
Victoria continues to fire the Browning.
Victoria hammers away with the M2HB during the ambush. The muzzle flash is likely CGI, as there is no recoil nor barrel rise.
The M2HB, rigged to continue firing, serves as a distraction as Victoria and Boggs make their escape.
One of the Black Ops members is armed with a PKM machine gun modified with accessories and an EOTech holo sight from Blackheart International.
PKM modified with Blackheart International accessory kit - 7.62x54mm R
One of the Black Ops members fires the PKM
M240B Machine Gun
A guard mans a mounted M240B fitted with spade grips and a pistol grip and mounted on an Humvee during the final standoff. A possible M240 is seen when a helicopter opens fire on the airport control tower.
M240B with newer style lower handguard (designed to attach RIS rails via hex nut) - 7.62x51mm NATO
A guard mans a mounted M240B
fitted with spade grips and a pistol grip and mounted on an Humvee
The only view of the possible M240B fired from the helicopter.
RM Equipment M203PI Standalone Grenade launcher
Both Frank and Boggs (John Malkovich) are seen using an RM Equipment M203PI grenade launcher in a "Tactical Mounting System" standalone stock.
RM Equipment M203PI in "Tactical Mounting System" standalone stock with an M203 grip - 40×46mm
Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich
) ducks a flying RPG warhead while carrying a standalone M203PI with what appears to be a C-More Sight.
Frank "bloops" a grenade.
M203 Grenade Launcher
An M203 grenade launcher mounted under an M4A1 is used by one of the operatives sent to eliminate Frank Moses at his home.
M203 40mm grenade launcher mounted on M4A1 with M68 Aimpoint red dot scope (5.56x45mm)
A hitman fires his M4A1 with M203 attached
The flashbang round land in the house. It appears to say "PBB 3P2??? on the side and for some reason is hexagonal and rolls around after bouncing off of a wall.
The hitman enters the house with his M4A1/M203 combo.
He searches the house for Moses.
A Chinese Type 69 Rocket Launcher is used in a shootout at the pier by an assassin known only as "the Businesswoman" (Audrey Wasilewski).
Chinese Type 69 Launcher, a ChiCom copy of the Soviet RPG-7 - 40mm
Boggs tosses a pair of CS gas (tear gas) at the Secret Service agents to cover his retreat with Victoria after the kitchen shootout. Despite being clearly labeled as CS gas grenades, they produce thick white smoke that leaves the Secret Service agents unaffected.
M7 CS gas grenade. The grenades in the movie are are the commercial equivalent, intended for law enforcement and are shiny silver.
M18 smoke grenade. The grenades act like smoke grenades, similar to the M18.
On the bottom right, on the table, are a number of commercial CS gas grenades.
The first grenade begins belching smoke.
Boggs pulls the pin on the second gas grenade
PSE TAC 15 Crossbow
Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich) is seen jumping out from the bushes with a PSE TAC 15 which is a crossbow upper mounted on an AR-15 lower.
PSE TAC-15 Crossbow upper for the AR-15 rifle platform (seen here with a VLTOR EMOD buttstock)
Boggs wields his PSE TAC-15 Crossbow upper for the AR-15 rifle platform (seen here with a M4 Law Enforcement Style six position buttstock)
"Some people hang onto things like that."
Boggs' Gun Cache
When Frank and Sarah meet Marvin Boggs (John Malkovich), they go to his personal cache where numerous weapons are seen hanging on the wall including a Ruger-Mini 14, Dragunov, Mini-Uzi and MP-9's.
Numerous weapons are seen hanging on the wall including a Ruger-Mini 14, Dragunov, Mini-Uzi and MP-9's.
Dunning's Gun Collection
The gun collection of Alexander Dunning (Richard Dreyfuss) includes several flintlock pistols and rifles.
The gun collection of Alexander Dunning (Richard Dreyfuss
) includes several flintlock pistols and rifles.
Behind Frank can be seen several flintlock pistols and rifles.
Hidden Cache of Weapons
Frank shows Boggs a cache of weapons that includes an M60, M1014, Remington M700 with AICS stock, H&K Mark 23, H&K UMP, FN MAG 58, Steyr AUG, RPK with drum magazine, FN/FAL variants, Mossberg 590's, Benelli M4's, Remington 870's, M79 grenade launchers and an AT4. Also seen is an FN 303 between the two AUGs, at least two Steyr HS-50s, what appears to be a Milkor MGL, an MP-5K and an MP-7. On the left, the first pistol on the pistol rack appears to be a HK USP. Also seen is a SMAW and an M-79.
A Denel-Mechem NTW 20mm Rifle at the top.
On the right side of this picture, there is a Steyr HS-50 Sniper Rifle, and you can tell because of the large rectangular muzzle-brake on the end of the barrel. On the left side, you can see an S&W M76, an MP5K, an MP7, two UMPs, an FN 303, and a Steyr AUG.
At the top, a Yugoslavian RPG variant M79 "Osa" is seen.
There is an FN 303 less-lethal launcher seen to the right with a scope mounted.
FN 303, 18mm less-lethal projectile
There is an FN 303
less-lethal launcher seen to the right with a scope mounted - 18mm